Offering something for all ages and tastes, Roses Theatre in Tewkesbury has released its latest programme of events, spanning shows, events and activities running from September to December 2017.
Ranging from theatre and comedy to music and dance, the programme includes an eclectic mix of live performances, including raunchy comedy Dirty Dusting, ballet The Light Princess, comedian Paul Chowdhry, and family show Stick Man.
There are also a host of live screenings from the National Theatre, Royal Shakespeare Company, The Bolshoi Ballet, and The Metropolitan Opera; in addition to an impressive film programme showing the latest blockbusters.
What’s more, Roses Theatre will continue to offer a range of participatory events and workshops, with its tasting evenings, Christmas market, drama games workshop, and bingo nights just a few of the exciting activities in store.
Meanwhile, a highlight of the season will be Roses Theatre’s ever-popular family pantomime, Sleeping Beauty, which will once again be directed by Ben Crocker and run from Saturday 2 to Sunday 31 December 2017.
Cementing its reputation as one of the county’s leading arts centres, Roses Theatre’s 2017 autumn programme is sure to delight theatre-goers, music fans, and families.
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